And, the rest is history! That gig led to other jobs as host of High Rollers, The Wizard of Odds, and Double Dare, before the now 76-year-old landed the coveted host spot on Jeopardy!.
The popular show became an instant success and Bob, 79, went on to host various iterations of the program throughout the 1970s, 80s and 90s! Regis Philbin From 1999 until 2002, Regis, now 85, hosted the popular quiz show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? She later took her stepfather Herbert Stackley White Jr.
Bob Eubanks In 1966, Bob — who previously worked as a music producer and radio personality — was asked by Chuck Barris to become the host of a new game show called The Newlywed Game.
Eight years later he was tapped to host Gambit, before he again moved to the Family Channel to produce and star on Trivial Pursuit! Everyone knows — but have you ever seen her before her days? The show is now hosted by Chris Harrison.
By age 25, Vanna was selected as one of three substitute hostesses to appear on Wheel of Fortune after star Susan Stafford left the show in October 1982.
A few years later, Vanna appeared on television for the first time as a contestant on.